The Department of Justice is planning to ask the Supreme Court to block the Texas law banning abortions after six weeks.
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer recently laughed off Democrats who suggested he should retire. He has continued to brush off these ongoing calls for the the left. During an interview Thursday, the 81-year-old stressed he’s far from bothered by the their push for him to step down.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with the Mexican government to discuss the development of a new bilateral security framework for security, public health and safe communities to address multiple issues the previous initiative failed to do.
A new point of contention has surfaced for the already divided Democrat Party in the debate over the $3.5 trillion spending plan, that being the Hyde Amendment. Joe Biden took a weak stance on whether abortions should be federally funded on Tuesday.
A dispute between Mississippi and Tennessee has resurrected as the Supreme Court went back into session for the start of a new term. The debate, which originated in 2005, resumed on Monday when Mississippi revealed they were seeking more than $600 million as they accused Tennessee for pumping excess water near the border from an aquifer shared between the state lines.
Hundreds of demonstrators have taken to the streets of New York City to protest the new vaccine mandate for teachers. The COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all New York City teachers and staff went into effect on Monday.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor denied a request by New York City teachers to stop a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for their profession. The Obama appointee blocked the request made public school educators on Friday.
A group of New York City teachers filed an emergency request with the U.S. Supreme Court in a legal bid to block the city’s vaccine mandate for public educators. Attorneys for the group filed an emergency lawsuit on Thursday asking the court to issue an injunction to stop the mandate from taking effect on Monday.
The Supreme Court agreed to review a legal challenge on campaign finance rules brought on by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). According to reports, federal election law set a $250,000 cap on campaign committee’s ability to repay personal loans made by a candidate following an election.